Whatever the case, youâ€™ll â€œthink twiceâ€ before popping this one out of your CD player. In fact, listen to the original â€œBrain Jamâ€ and â€œBrain Jam 2â€ back to back and youâ€™ll have a â€œdouble-headerâ€.
We Are a Song: This song is about how people can exist harmoniously. We all play a part. (Even if some of us are out of tune.)
Monkeys: Everybodyâ€™s favorite topic these days. Sung by the world-renowned scientist, Professor Gizmo Q. Thorndike. (With some help from his colleagues.)
Respect the Position: Police and firefighters provide a vital service. Hereâ€™s a rockinâ€™ number in honor of their hard work.
Letâ€™s Eat: Comamos: Hungry for some Spanish food? Why not learn a little Spanish in the meantime? Bueno!
Small Somethings: Think about all the zillions of little atoms, molecules and cells that make us what we are. Get ready for an anatomy lesson.
Cruise: Sometimes you just want to have fun. Letâ€™s face it. A cruise is a spectacular way to do that. Next time you find yourself on deck, you'll be humming this one.
Itâ€™s So Dark: Are you afraid of the dark? Boo! This song will shed some light on that subject.
Explore, Baby!: Meet Robot Sam. He is your tour guide to the world of exploration. You may start dancing along the way.
I Hate Pollution: Who doesnâ€™t? This protest song will raise consciousness in a hilarious way.
Fantasy: Our imagination can take us to far away places. But sometimes reality is not so bad.
Thereâ€™s the line-up. WARNING: You may find yourself singing along, dancing around the room, and laughing until your brain hurts.
Jason & Elaine Arvanites
1. We Are a Song
3. Respect the Position
4. Let's Eat (Comamos)
5. Small Somethings
7. It's So Dark
8. Explore, Baby!
9. I Hate Pollution